Then it dawned on me that such a person already existed, and his name was Gore Vidal.
And so as Friday dawned, the Great CBS Blackout of 2013 entered its eighth day.
Morning dawned before his night march had reached its objective, and he was forced to turn home in disgrace.
Seventeen years after the idea first dawned on him, Koska sold his first syringe.
As dawned crept over the eastern hills, Taita Morales and the other shamans called us inside.
Monday dawned cloudy and threatening, as is usual with celebration days.
The night passed peacefully away, and the morning of the 12th of April dawned upon this scene so wild and picturesque.
And when day dawned, Hnikar had vanished, and he was never seen again.
Another day had dawned and brought its weight of anguish for endurance.
Day dawned, but there was no signal of Major Brown having performed his part of the scheme.
c.1200, dauen, "to dawn, grow light," shortened or back-formed from dauinge, dauing "period between darkness and sunrise," (c.1200), from Old English dagung, from dagian "to become day," from root of dæg "day" (see day). Probably influenced by a Scandinavian word (cf. Danish dagning, Old Norse dagan "a dawning;" cf. also German tagen "to dawn"). Related: Dawned; dawning.
1590s, from dawn (v.).